Wednesday 5 September 2018

Results: MSSA's 2018 Sedibeng Regional Championships.

Sebolelo Motlhabi (NWU - Vaal) has added yet another
title to her achievements.
MSSA's 2018 Sedibeng Regional Championships hosted by North West University -Vaal on 1 September 2018 proved to be both and exciting and entertaining event.  Ruaan Swart (Gauteng Provincial Director) presided over the event, and thanks to Joseph Matlhong (Chairperson of the NWU - Vaal club) the event ran smoothly and efficiently.

The university proved to be a great host for the first ever Sedibeng Championships, and the venue was packed to capacity for the championship that was played to two board games (Checkers - Russian, and Morabaraba) and three esports titles (FIFA '18, PES 2018, and Tekken 7).

There is no doubt that this event will grow from strength to strength and will become even more popular  in years to come.

Readers should be aware that MSSA awards Regional and Provincial Colours based on residency. Thus if a player lives in Sasolburg but plays in the Sedibeng Regional Championships and qualifies for Regional Colours, such player would still be awarded Fezile Dabi Regional Colours.

The winners of MSSA's 2018 Sedibeng Regional Championship are:

TitleName of playerClubColours awarded
Checkers - Russian (female)Chanel de WetJCS AcademyFezile Dabi Regional Colours
Checkers - Russian (male)Stephan MoeketsiSedibeng Regional ChampionshipsSedibeng Regional Colours
FIFA '18 (male)Lerato LegaeSedibeng Regional ChampionshipsSedibeng Regional Colours
Morabaraba (female)Sebolelo MotlhabiNWU - VaalSedibeng Regional Colours
Morabaraba (male)Siyabonga MogaleNWU - VaalSedibeng Regional Colours
PES 2018 (male)Katleho MofokengNWU - VaalSedibeng Regional Colours
Tekken 7 (female)Charlize SeremakHTS SasolburgFezile Dabi Regional Colours
Tekken 7 (female)Pieter OelofseHTS SasolburgFezile Dabi Regional Colours

Photographs of the event may be found on:

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